yes. they add up to 180.
No because the 4 interior angles of a parallelogram add up to 360 degrees
They add up to 180 degrees.
Yes. Since a parallelogram can be divided into two triangles, and since we know that the angles of every triangle add to 180 degrees, then twice 180 is 360.
A parallelogram has 4 sides and 4 angles that add up to 360 degrees whereas a triangle has 3 sides and 3 angles that add up to 180 degrees.
No. Opposite angles are equal. Adjacent angles are supplementary.
The angles in a parallelogram add up to 360 degrees
Consecutive angles in a parallelogram will not be complementary. Complementary would mean the angles would add up to 90 degrees. Consecutive angles add up to 180 degrees, meaning they are supplementary.
No parallelogram can have only one right angle. The consecutive angles of a parallelogram must be supplementary, meaning they must add up to 180. 180-90=90, so all the angles must be right angles.
360 degrees. This complies with the rules of parallelograms. A parallelogram is a quadrilateral comprised of two sets of parallel lines. The opposite sides of a parallelogram are congruent, meaning that they have the same shape and size. The opposite angles are also congruent. Additionally, its consecutive angles are supplementary. This means that when when you add the two angles next to each other together, they will add up to 180 degrees, or a straight line. Since there are 4 corners in a parallelogram, and therefore 4 angles, you would have two sets of 180 degrees. Ergo, the angles in a parallelogram always add up to 360 degrees.
Yes they do add up to 180.